- If you want to read a more general overview and frequently asked questions regarding privacy policies, then read here
There are two sides to this question from a legal perspective. But actually only one answer: YES.
- There is the legal side of it: Depending on where you are you may fall under European, American (Californian) or Australian privacy laws. The list could go on since most countries have some sort of privacy regulations that extend onto the web – and hefty penalties for non-compliance.
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Note how Facebook tells you to be consistent with California’s privacy laws concerning children: They tell you to comply with the U.S. Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act which introduces more stringent rules for your apps when you target children under the age of 13.
3.1 This process is straight forward. Navigate to the Facebook App Details page and find your app. Find the Facebook application in question and click on Edit App.
3. 2 Then click on App Details to find some app settings.
4) What if I don’t comply with this requirement?
We’ve found the following policy violation with your app and you need to address this issue by Tuesday April 22, 2012 at 2:00pm PST or your app may be subject to enforcement action.
Platform Policy Team
What do I do now?
You can either hire a lawyer, write your own policy or use iubenda’s generator right away to make your policy. How does our generator work?
- It will help you find out which categories of data collection your app/site is making use of.
- Add the services and data collection practices you are using to your policy. iubenda now takes care of your policy and generates it for you.
- You can then get the either link to your policy or embed the text into your app/site.